Scientists say slight climate changes...

Scientists say slight climate changes will make South Texas' wild rainfall swings even more erratic

There are 1 comment on the MySA.com story from Dec 2, 2007, titled Scientists say slight climate changes will make South Texas' wild rainfall swings even more erratic. In it, MySA.com reports that:

“Think about the difference in climate if you get all of those 32 (inches of rain) in one month or if you get a little bit every day”

Sitting on the edge of Seco Sinkhole in rural Medina County, watching runoff pour into the Edwards Aquifer, it is hard to imagine San Antonio running out of water. via MySA.com

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jtg

Austin, TX

#1 Jan 14, 2008
we dont care yall are dumb

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